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report. >> plus, a peace march gets under way in san jose this morning. >> wild fire breaks out in los angeles national forest and a minor earthquake shaking southern california overnight. >> and right off the bat, a gorgeous sun rise for you this labor day morning and temperatures perfect for your outdoor activities. we'll sort it out in your full forecast. >> the dumbarton bridge remains closeded until tomorrow at 5:00 a.m. alternates include the bay bridge and the san mateo. we'll catch you up with your morning commute. >> a live look downtown san jose on this monday, labor day, september 3rd, this is "today in the bay." >> happy labor day. it's 6:00 on the nose. good morning. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez in for laura garcia-cannon. >> developing news, police now
looking into an overnight stabbing. menlo park police helping with the investigation. they tell us at least one person was stabbed multiple times, a total of four people are being questioned. police not saying anything else at this point. we do have a crew on the scene gathering more information as we speak. if we learn anything else we'll pass it along to you. >> new this morning an earthquake shook parts of southern california overnight. the usgs says a 3.2 quake hit near beverly hills about 3:30 this morning. it was felt up to eight miles away from the epicenter. no reports of damage. according to the l.a. times, in the past 10 days there has been one earthquake 3.0 or greater centered in that area. >> this morning upsetting news for people in a bay area community who survived a fire storm.
vandals. christie smith is live in oakland with why investigators say the vandals may be targeting this sculpture. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. this is the centerpiece of the fire storm memorial garden near highway 13, this is the area that burned. the sculpture means a lot to people who live around here so you have to wonder what someone was thinking when they came in and cut five of these metal posts off. not only did they do that but they did it steps away from the sign that shows that there are security cameras watching what people are doing. this committee that developed the garden is hoping that the tapes will help identify the people responsible for this. and it goes from bad to worse. this is the third time the sculpture has been vandalized. the metal possibly for scrap, this time the vandals hit overnight saturday, early
sunday. it represents burn trees and regrowth after the fire storm where more than 3,000 homes were lost. the committee is trying to raise $5,000 to maintain the video system and also go ahead and repair the sculpture. reporting live, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> good news the dumbarton bridge could be ahead of schedule getting ready for tomorrow's commute. good weather helping crews make outstanding progress on the seismic retro knfit going on al weekend. joint is said to be more flexible and withstand stronger earthquakes. if you need to get from one side of the bay to the other before tomorrow morning, your best bet now is the san mateo bridge. >> crime is sky rocketing in the south bay and this morning a community is coming together to stop it. bob redell is live in san jose with more on a peace march planned for this morning.
distingui good morning. >> reporter: this peace march is to bring attention to the recent spike in violence and the people they want to get this message to, the young people. the people who are organizing want young people to know that they are there for them, there to help. this will take place, start at this safeway. now this location is significant because the scene of the 31st homicide. it was under two weeks ago a 27-year-old man went into the store and attack add 24-year-old man in one of the aisles. he stabbed the man in the chest, he ended up dying, being the eighth person to be murdered in the city of san jose over just an 11-day period. >> we want to get everyone together and to say we're fed up and let them know that we care about them, we care about their
future, we care about each other as a community. that we can bring peace to san jose. >> reporter: this peace march organized by people who live here in east san jose starting at this safeway, the scene of the 31st homicide this year. and it will end at lake cunningham. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> a san jose fire fight here suffered a heart attack in the line of duty fiding a far last week appears to be making progress. dozens of friends and family have been holding a vigil for frank ryan every day since last thursday. ryan remains in critical but stable condition. yesterday about 75 people holding a vigil for ryan giving thanks to all first responders who risk their lives to help others. >> these men and women put their lives on the line for us.
you call 911, they're there. they call for the church we wanted to be there. the love and support that they show us. >> ryan's family saying quote frank is progressing 18 positive way, we are taking it one day at a time given the circumstances surrounding his condition. >> there are also prayers for frank ryan at st. patrick's cathedral in san jose. the church where he nearly died last week. more than 200 packed the gym at the school where they had to hold sunday's mass because the church was heavily damaged. >> this is that church, you know, this is their family and where they come every sunday to worship and be with each other as a community. so the church is no longer but the community still remains very strong. >> the cause of that fire remains under investigation.
>> 6:06. protesters angry over the refinery fire plan to spend the week marching and rallying. 1,000 were went to the hospital and sparked lawsuits. what they want is for the energy industry to be nationalized and run under labor and community control. event speakers include anti-war activists and the vice presidential candidate for the peace and freedom party. >> a lot of people, thousands in fact, were forced to change their labor day plans because of a fast-moving wild fire. the fire started yesterday in the san gabriel mountains. as many as 12,000 had to evacuate this morning, the fire has grown to about five square miles. you can see the huge cloud of smoke from the los angeles
basin. no reports of injuries or serious damage. >> here in the bay area after you get ready for a labor day barbecue let's check the forecast with christina. >> i wanted to show you just how beautiful it is as we start out this labor day. we're so lucky to live here. this is starting in san bruno, this is what we have in terms of the marine layer. some thick drizzle and fog at least for next couple of hours. let's show you the -- just a beautiful start. we do have a ripple on the water. not too bad. san jose, yes, just gorgeous conditions, you can see the mountain in the background. what i can tell you it's going to be a little morm for outdoor activities. you probably want early activity plans in san jose, some of your outlying valleys. if you live by the beach or
headed to the sbeech you'll be spoiled with perfect conditions for this labor day. it works like this. we stop clock on future cast. that's where we'll see most of the cloud cover over the bay. >> we continue look at this all the way from 1:00 to 5:00. completely clear up and down the coast. beautiful conditions for maybe your final chance to get a distinguish tan going as we're going to see more and more cloud cover as our days get shorter and we transition into fall. 70 at the coast. your seven-day in moments. first i want to check your drive if you're headed to the beach or nen where. >> today traffic very light and smooth. it's nonexistent almost. santa rosa, things are moving slowly on the 101 southbound at santa rosa. also in the south bay from los gatos things are moving.
no incidents there. also on the peninsula off the san mateo bridge. through an meat over to half moon bay. no accidents to report and that is good news. >> to decision 2012. republicans did it. for the president barack obama on the road. the president stops in battleground ohio and storm ravaged louisiana today, in louisiana going to speak to reporters. in colorado he slammed last week's gop convention in tampa. >> there's a lot of talk about hard truths and bold choices. but the interesting thing was nobody ever bothered to tell us what they were. >> mitt romney on the other hand went to church in new hampshire on sunday. he sent paul ryan out to
reresponsibilitythe president's claim conditions are running on empty. ryan says he's running on fear and frustration and conditions offer a vision. >> two california delegates were sent home for unruly behavior at the national convention already. the pair arrived early yesterday morning and police say they were drunk when they got there. one of them passed out in a hotel lobby and his companion got into an argument with paramedics. >> you for to a stadium with 60,000, something happens. >> the sell gags will caucus this morning. hearing from nancy pelosi. >> too much prepartying. coming up, the u.s. consulate comes under attack overnight. all the details coming up. >> the giants, they want to see a swimmer panda. why the wait is under scrutiny again.
>> right now a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. if the sun comes up in the distance, a great day to celebrate labor day. [ taste buds ] donuts, donuts, donuts! who are these guys? oh, that's just my buds. bacon, donuts. -my taste buds. -[ taste buds ] waffles. how about we try this new kind of fiber one cereal? you think you're going to slip some fiber by us? rookie. okay. ♪ nutty clusters and almonds, ♪ ♪ almonds. ♪ fiber one is gonna make you smile. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing new fiber one nutty clusters and almonds. with 43% daily value of fiber for you. crunchy nutty clusters and real almond slices for your taste buds.
>> welcome back everybody on a monday morning. how's that for spectacular live shot over the bay bridge. that is gorgeous with the sun beaming down on us. it's going to be a nice day for a holiday. 6:14. if you're waking up with us, thank you very much. also here is a quick look at today's on the stories. >> a 3.2 magnitude quake hit near beverly hills around 3:30 this morning. according to the "l.a. times" in ten days there has been one earthquake 3.0 or greater centered in that area.
>> vandals damaging the oakland hills fire memorial. somebody cut through the -- cut through and stole five metal bars saturday or early sunday. this is the third time since 2010 the sculpture has been damaged. >> a peace march will start in san jose at 11:00 this morning, it still start at the safeway on white and story roads. it was the scene after deadly stabbing. >> two are dead after a suicide car bomb rammed into a u.s. government vehicle in pakistan. this happened in northwest pakistan 120 miles from the country's capital. two pakistani bystanders were killed in the explosion which happened in just after the u.s. embassy vehicle was leaving the consulate. 19 others were hurt including twoç americans. >> american forces suspending
training for new recruits in afghanistan and will now be rescreening all 16,000 members of the force. the change coming after a string of violence by insurgents. 45 nato service members died this year because of insider shootings. that's when insurgents pose as members of the afghan police force and then open fire on western troops. >> 6:16. registration for this year's susan g. komen race for the cure is down 50%. race is this sunday. you may call the organization sparked outrage nine months ago when it refused to fund planned parenthood a. day later it denounced this controversial move. donations to the local chapter also down by almost 65% this year. >> there is a health warning for students at san francisco state university. that's because there may be student there is may be at risk for contracting chicken pox after a couple of students were
diagnosed with that disease. school leaders sending a letter to student there is, the first student visited last monday and wednesday, and was in the campus book store. the second student lived on campus and visited several buildings on friday including creative arts, ethnic studies, the library and student services. >> from san francisco state to our giants, bruce bochy says he would like to see pablo sandoval improve his fitness telling the chronicle the that injuries have not helped the panda keep his weight down. he says sandoval has proven when he's slimmer he plays third base better and hits the ball harder. >> the giants back at home getting ready to start a series with the arizona diamondbacks. they beat up on the cubs 7-5 yesterday ending their six-game road trip with just one loss. feeling the magic. today's game starts at 1:05. how the a's, talk about on fire,
trying to make at perfect ten wins in a row today taking on the rival angels at 1:05. the a's have been productive recently. they hammered on the red sox over the weekend now tied for the second best record in the american league with the new york yankees after winning nine straight, a cooldown there at the yard. >> both of our teams on fire in the bay area. >> good stuff. >> so is our forecast. looking pretty good. let's check it with meteorologist christina loren. >> a lot of people have the day off, if you fall into that category, lots to do. a lot to do when it comes to the weather. going to accommodate just about any of your outdoor activities, getting a little too warm through the second half of the day, livermore t tri-valley, i'm talking to you. close to 100 degrees. hey, we're not going to exceed that century mark. that's the good news as we could be much hotter on this labor day. 55 degrees in livermore, 55 in concord and yes, this is the
unofficial end of summer so you want to enjoy it. it's going to feel summerlike with temperatures close to average. high pressure is in control of our weather pattern. throughout the next 48 hours it's going to keep things warm. today though we'll be the warmest we're going to drap your temps, a couple of degrees each day all the way through this upcoming weekend. tuesday we'll be on the warm side staying hot inland. the beach, if you can hit pacifica today, count on extra traffic but 70 degrees is perfection out there. we're also going to get a great day in half moon bay. 72 degrees. you and fido can enjoy beautiful conditions. it's going to be hot. 80 in santa cruz. bring that spf 30 plus. we're going to end the unofficial end of summer with typical readings. 97 in livermore. 93 for fairfield and 81 inç
fremont. as we head through the week temperatures drop off little by little each day all the way through sunday. which is pretty normal as we do kick off fall on the 21st. hard to believe, 6:20. not much but a little. >> we're not seeing major accidents but you can see on the maps that 17 area from los gatos down to santa cruz is starting to pick up. so that's a good indicator folks are getting ready for the beach. your typical slowdowns. and on the east bay 880 crossing over into the city. let's take you out. it's not causing slowdowns so that's the good news. the metering lights have not been turned on. >> 6:20. it is a sign of the times and maybe a little peek into the future as the world's largest retailer is speeding things up. we're talking about walmart,
yes, that's right. testing a new app and system allowing shoppers to use their smart phones to scan items as they shop. you get a lot done in a hurry. the app will transfer the list to a self check-out counter. you'll not be able to pay for this on your phone but it was designed to make scanning easier. it helped reduce labor cost. >> this is the happiest place on earth. now it's the most popular place as well. disney is the -- magic kingdom holding on to the top spot for the most popular theme park. it attracts nearly 17 million a year. there was competition from a neighbor, universal island of adventure jumping into the top 10. thanks in part to the withering
world of harry potter. number two, 16 million per year. >> a year after being placed on probation the burning man festival is wrapping up with a crowd well under the federal cap. euro's land management officials say the peak attendance 52,300 on friday down from last year. and well under the daily cap of 60 thou 900. they placed organizers on probation and threatened to pull their license for exsaiding the attendance limit. >> 6:22. it's the democrats turn. their national convention tomorrow. a preview in a live report. [ male announcer ] the magic of nature appears every day,
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>> to decision 2012. the republicans had their week last week, this week the democrats gearing up for their national convention. >> president obama is fighting back against claims he's done nothing to create jobs. tracie potts is live in charlotte with some of the big names making headlines at the dnc. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we'll hear from a number of people this week including michelle obama, vice president biden, the mayor of los angeles, and of course in the end president obama himself accepting the nomination here but that's on thursday. first the president is
continuing to tour battleground states, he was in colorado yesterday hitting hard on the republicans and their convention in tampa saying they promised but did not deliver new solutions. also, the president today to ohio where he will spend labor day with union workers. then he's making a stop where he will go to louisiana and going to tour st. john the baptist parish. and then he'll make a statement as well. meantime, republicans set up here also to give their rebuttal to the convention throughout the week. we expect them to be focusing on what they say will be their key questions, are you better off now than you were four years ago? we are live in charlotte, north carolina, i'm tracie potts for "today in the bay." >> that is a big question. tracie potts, thank you. >> and the big question to also think about is what's on the menu for the labor day barbecue? >> i like the way you think.
>> you are going to spend your day outside let's look at the forecast. >> if i'm cooking it's burned hot dogs. good morning. temperatures are going to be comfortable if you are outdoor barbecues until 2:00 to 3:00, then a little bit too hot. but you're great for a beach barbecue all day long dedicated to the social and economic achievements of the american worker, that's why we celebrate labor day. we're going to get nice weather. coming up first want to check your drive. >> we have an accident in the east bay, 880 eastbound. that is starting to slow traffic. you can see a little bit. no major delays to report. also starting to slow past the toll plaza on 80 as you head into the city there as well. >> thanks so much. >> still ahead, oakland mayor jean quan could find herself in
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>> somebody is stealing from the oakland hills fire memorial. we'll tell what you they are taking coming up in a live report. >> plus, a peace march gets under way in san jose this morning. >> right now a live look outside, spanning over san jose. the sun out in the distance making this another beautiful day in the neighborhood for this monday, september 3rd, labor day. this is "today in the bay." >> good morning. thanks for waking up with us. it's 6:30. i'm marla tellez in for laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning. developing news out of east palo alto, police at this hour
looking into an overnight stabbing. menlo park police helping with this investigation. at least one person was stabbed multiple times, four people questioned this morning. police at this point not saying anything else. we do have a crew on the scene gathering more information. we'll pass it along as soon as we get it. also new this morning an earthquake shaking parts of southern california overnight. the usgs report as 3.2 quake that hit by beverly hills at about 3:30 this morning, this was felt up to eight miles away. the good news is no reports of damage this morning according to the "l.a. times" in the past ten days there have been at least one earthquake magnitude 3.0 or greater centered in that area. >> vandals left their mark on a sculpture that honors the lives and homes lost in the 1991 oakland hills fire. this is not the first time they targeted the sculpture.
christie smith is live in oakland with a look at what's being done to restore this memorial. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is really painful for people who lived through the oakland hills fire storm in 1991. as you said, this isn't the first time that someone vandalized the memorial sculpture. it's the third time. and this time someone cut off five of the metal poles here. despite the fact if you look here, there are clear signs saying that there are security cameras in use. the committee that developed the fire storm memorial garden is hoping that the tape from the cameras might identify a suspect. overnight saturday or early sunday someone took the poles down, they cut them, possibly to sell for scrap. they represent trees and regrowth from the oakland hills fire storm where 3,000 homes were lost and 25 people died. the committee is trying to now raise about $5,000 to help
maintain the security system they have, perhaps upgrade it and try and repair the sculpture. reporting live, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> a man is dead after another officer-involved shooting in vallejo. around 4:30 sunday morning officers spotted two men sitting in a car on pepper drive near highway 37. it's an area known for gang activity. police say the driver got out of the car and reached for what he thought was handgun. that's when officers opened fire. they say the suspect would not surrender and reached toward the center of the car. the officers then fired several more shots. the driver died at the scene. his passenger was also hit. this morning he is recovering at the hospital. police searched the car and found an air gun and 50 pills. both officers have been placed on leave. >> south bay residents fed up with a spike in deadly violence are taking to the streets with a
message of peace. bob is live in san jose with more on this march. and the message participants hope to send out to the public. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the community's way of letting the public know that they are just, as you mentioned, fed up with the recent strike in violence, that they are tired of it and this march will start around 11:00 at this safeway here in story and white road, this is significant because this is the scene of where the city's 31st hm side took place a. 24-year-old man just under two weeks ago, killed by a 27-year-old man. apparently the 27-year-old man stabbed the younger man in one of the aisles in the store, using a knife stabbing him in the chest. he did end up dying. he was the eighth person to be killed within the city limits. over an 11-day period.
>> for san jose just to bring focus on the violence that's plaguing our city and we just want to get the youths out there and the community out there and show them that we can work together. >> reporter: this march for peace starting at 11:00 this morning at this safeway. they will head over to lake cunningh cunningham. bob redell, "today in the bay." >> 6:35. oakland mayor jean quan could soon be in trouble with the law. attorneys may put the police department under federal control want quan to show up for a deposition. the attorneys have asked a judge to place her in contempt of court if she does not show. they are trying to place the department under federal control for failing to fully implement reforms. >> 6:35. this morning fire ves kbers trying to figure out why two
homes went up in flames. this happened yesterday morning, the fire spread to the next home before crews arrived. one thing investigators will look into is whether a blow-out ot a fire house delayed response time. two families remain homeless. the red cross is helping with necessities. >> the south bay dui check points are netting fewer drunk drivers than last year. this is from a check point in san jose. officers arrested 294 people for driving under the influence over 116 days. it will continue through tonight. last year the number for the same time period was 373. if you do the matt math that's a difference of almost 80 arrests. >> 6:36. it looks like a perfect day to have a labor day holiday.
mother nature shuttinging down light on our barbecues. >> she wants us to go big. good morning. temperatures are looking good today. this is the reason why. we have such a cool setup. high pressure is forcing the marine layer to the surface. you can see the city here, but over the bay completely socked in with fog. let's show you what that looks like now on the golden gate bridge. you saw the high towers peeking up. right at the surface very, very low visibility this morning. you're between a quarter mile and a half mile but not for long. that that rein layer a quick hook at your drive, he's right around the corner. 55 in concord and livermore. 58 degrees in sanç jose. west conditions will be here in santa cruz at the beach. 80 degrees at 4:00 almost. and just about everywhere it's going to be right on track.
the only thing we aren't getting that we do this time of year is that thick fog, it's going to clear by about 10:00 a.m. you'll hit 73 as a result. your seven-day does reveal pretty subtle changes but we want to take you through those as promised. here is anthony. >> we still have that accident on 880 a at alvarado road. that has not slowed traffic. it's working its way over to the shoulder. so use caution if you are working north into oakland f. you are headed into the city from oakland you can see we're looking at slow downs. there is an accident on the upper deck heading toward the island. as we look outs we're not looking at major slowdowns. the metering lights have not been turned on yet. a good indication things are going to move smoothly as we head into the next couple of hours. >> all the commuters are tucked away in bed as they should be.
>> that's right. holiday light as it were. 6:38. still ahead the democratic national convention, it doesn't even start yet and a couple of california delegates getting tossed out. >> plus, doctors could have a way to determine if your toddler's tantrum is normal or a sign of a bigger problem. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios
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>> 6:45. a busy week for democrats gearing up for their convention this week in charlotte, north carolina. >> president barack obama is on the road stumping for votes. >> the president stops in ohio and louisiana today. in louisiana he's visiting st. john the baptist parish to tour damage from hurricane isaac
and speak to reporters about all of the cleanup effort. yesterday in colorado, he slammed last week's gop convention in tampa. >> a lot of talk about hard truths and bold choices, but the interesting thing was nobody ever bothered to tell us what they were. >> mitt romney went to church in new hampshire sunday, he sent paul ryan out on the campaign trail to respond to the president's claim that republicans are running on empty. ryan says the president is running on fear and frustration and republicans are offering up a vision. >> two california delegates were sent home for unruly behavior at the democratic national convention. the pair arrived yesterday morning and police say they were drunk when they got there. one of them passed out in a hotel lobby and his companion got into an argument. >> 60,000 people something happens. >> despite this rough start the
california delegation will caucus this morning hearing from nancy pelosi. >> this is starting to sound like a grudge match. appears governor brown is game for rivalry with new jersey governor chris christie. >> i hereby challenge governor christie to a 3-mile race, a push-up contest, and then a chin-up contest. >> christie fired shots so actually the first shot last week only sell delegated that brown was, quote, old retread. brown dismissed those but then he thought it over and decided to change his tactic, challenging christie to the big man fitness contest. >> thanks for waking up with us. a great day for barbecues. my mom is heading to wine country going on a wine tasting tour. >> good for her. >> how is the forecast looking?
>> she's heading across town, in other words. she lives in wine country. you are a bay area native. >> i am. >> that's why she loves those p-town boys so much. good morning. wherever you're headed if it's wine country, the beach, inland, well, i can tell you it's going to be nice. a little on the warm side inland. you're getting the best of the weather for today right now. and you will get the best until about noon. but i wanted to start with this live picture to show you how cool our setup is this morning. so right now what's happening is it's clear. you see that over the city. this is the bay. you can't see that water under these low clouds. high pressure is forcing the marine lay tear the surface. it's already starting to thin out with the sun up. as we head throughout day. just a beautiful start to the day. getting a little hot bat noon in concord and fairful.
even almost. no different in san francisco. at.953 degrees there. as we head throughout the day. still in control for the next couple of days but we're not talking about triple digit heat. you don't have to worry in the next 15 days. it's cooler weather on the way. as we head throughout tomorrow, staying hot, hey, if you've got tickets for giants game so rarely do you see the 70s in the city of san francisco, you are getting that on labor day coming off after big win against the cubs, 71 at 2:00 p.m. bring your sun screen and that winning spirit. leading the giants hopefully to the playoffs. they need your help. throughout the day temperatures are going to be comfortable. 85 in redwood city. and this is the unofficial end of summer so you don't want that cooler weather yet.
temperatures fall back. 6:49. let's check your drive. >> thank you. we are still watching 17 as you head in santa cruz. you can see some of those once you quiet past los pats. very smooth, lots of school is out. and in the peninsula off 92, things slow down heading to fay wood park and to half moon bay. this is the alternate route for the dumbarton bridge. it's moving very smoothly this morning. back to you. >> we're following developing news out of east palo alto. police looking into an overnight stabbing. menlo park police helping with this investigation. they tell us at least one person was stabbed multiple times. police are in the saying
anything else. if we learn anything else we'll pass 8 long. >> someone is stealing from the oakland hills fire memorial again. christie smith is live in observe land with what's being done to help restore the sculpture. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. you do have to wonder sometimes what people are thinking because there is a sign posted that clearly says they are using security cameras. still that didn't stop someone from cutting five metal poles off of this sculpture. it happen late saturday or early sunday and the person that developed it is hoping that the security tape identifies a suspect. the thought is the metal may have been cut and stolen to sell for scrap. this is the third time that vandals hit the sculpture. and the committee is now trying to raise about 5,000 to try and
maintain their security system and repair the sculpture. >> 6:52. oakland police are continuing to warn skrags list users. two more robberies took place. one victim was held at gun couldn't. the other was robbed after they both responded to different car ads. a couple was held up in a similar incident. you should neat seller at a public place and bring a ca cashier's check or money order. >> some planning to spend labor day marching and rallying. the fire sent 1,000 people to the hospital and sparked a lot of lawsuits. what they want is for the energy industry to nationalized and run under labor and community control. speakers include cindy sheehan and the vice presidential candidate for the peace and
predupr freedom party. >> the peace march is being held in san jose to unite the east side community. bob redell is live in san jose with more on this and the message participants hope to send. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is organized by people here in the community of east san jose, organizing this peace march, threat public know that they are fed wake-up the spike in violence in san jose. they will start this march around 11:00 that the safe way. this is at story and white road. this location is significant because it's the scene of the city's 31s homicide. it was a couple of weeks ago there was a confrontation between two young men, a man stabbed a 24-year-old man in one of the i'lls, stabbing him in the chest. he ended up killing him. he was the eighth person to have
been murdered over an 11-day period. >> we just want to get everyone together to say we're set up and -- let them know that we care about them, care about their future, we care about each other as a country and that we can bring peace to san jose. >> this will start at 11:00 at the safeway ot story and white and march all the way to lake cunningham. bob redell, "today in the bay." >> 6:54. volunteers across the bay area are stepping out to protect the community. in antioch shoppers at one supermarket were greeted by men dressed in white shirts who would walk them out to their cars to help fill gas, crime sup in many cities but in antioch aggravated assaults almost doubling over last year. the city now averages 54 aggravated assaults per month.
a 45% increase. at the same time the number of arrests dropping. city leaders say they can use all the help they can get. >> a plan to cut tuition is on hold. the bill written by assembly man speaker john perez would have funded scholarships for middle class students by raising taxes on out of state companies but perez was not able to get muff on board and it fell through without it the session ended this weekend. the bill would have raised $1 billion in taxes to be using for scholarship. >> a firefighter who suffered a heart attack fighting a fire appears to be making progress. dozens of friends and family have been holding a vigil for ank ryan outside regional medical center since the incident. he remains critical but stable. about 75 people held a -- he
responded to all first responders. >> these men and women put their lives on the line. they're there. when they call 911 we wanted to be there too. show them the love and support they show us. >> frank is progressing 18 positive way. we're taking it one day at a time given the circumstances surrounding his condition. there are also prayers for frank ryan at san jose. more than 200 parishioners packed the gym at the school, that's where they had to hold the mass because the main church was heavenry damaged by thursday's fire. >> this is their family and where they come every sunday to worship and be with each other as a community. so the church is no longer but the community still remains very
strong. >> the fire remains under investigation. there is no gimt on when repairs will be complete. >> a powerful car bombing on a u.s. government vehicle in pakistan kills at least two people. police say they were pakistani bystanders. 19 others were hurt. it happened in northwest pakistan after the u.s. embassy vehicle. >> american forces have suspended the training of new recruits in afghanistan so they can screen the current 16,000 member force. the sang after a string of violence. 45 have died this year because of insider shooting. that is when insurgents pose as members of the police and open fire on when troops. >> russell crowe was feeling lucky this morning back on dry
land. the corps bard had to pick him up. the 48-year-old guy yakking with a friend. the crew found him saturday night. crowe is filming a movie where he plays the bible's most famous, noah. >> maybe work that in. >> him being lost. okay. >> taking a look at the labor day forecast. good morning. we've got a great looking day shaping up. we're talking about 70s even in pacifica and half moon bay, just count on a lot of company. we're having pretty good increase in temperatures all week long. we'll take your numbers down 3 to 4 degrees. i tip my had, this day is
dedicated to you. you keep this sunday great. let's check your drive if you are headed to work. >> that's right. 17 a place to watch. it's beginning to slow down in the higher elevation. it continues to slow down, get a full change of crass offer before you believe because traffic leaving will be a plis. >> the "today" show is next. >> a live report from london. prince harry making his first public appearance since thatç wild weekend in los angeles. >> a church of scientology quotes and claims the church auditions potential wives for tom crews. >> and guess who is performing -- tell mem them tomorrow. match box 20 and of course at the helm. >> we have a peek at the